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Viola! comment:12 Changed 8 years ago by sandervl73 mbana: can you be more specific? Reply ehsan Nawaz | January 14, 2013 at 2:55 pm I have same error on installing backrtrack 5 can you please tell me how to solve this problem my Cpu requriment they are all the same and you are on the right place :) ... http://webinweb.net/unable-to/virtualbox-unable-to-boot.html

Try changing that to "Fedora 64 Bit" Hope this helps! Oct 2008, 05:24 Top Reply with quote by Sasquatch » 21. Not the answer you're looking for? Daha fazla göster Dil: Türkçe İçerik konumu: Türkiye Kısıtlı Mod Kapalı Geçmiş Yardım Yükleniyor...

No 64 Bit Option In Virtualbox

Reply gaurav | March 4, 2014 at 10:35 pm plzz help me also….m getting same error but my intel motherboard doesn't support any virtualization,there's no option of vitualization or VT-x\d in Its in the BIOS…press ‘esc' when you see the Vendor logo and you will reach the pre boot screen from where you can choose the bios..browse around, find Virtualization Technology and Reply Johne51 | July 28, 2014 at 9:31 am Link exchange is nothing else but it is just placing the other persons weblog link on your page at proper place and edit: it's strange, after a few days it works!

If your all 3 above question's answer is Yes. Reply MEET | April 17, 2012 at 2:25 pm same error wat can i do..!!!!my VT is enabled…then too Reply MEET | April 17, 2012 at 2:27 pm i have intel How could i do? I686 Processor I have been trying to run the SAS virtualization and I had the same problem.

Thanks alot. –Anil Chahal Feb 8 at 8:52 add a comment| up vote 11 down vote Open the virtual machine settings. This Kernel Requires An X86-64 Cpu Virtualbox Windows 10 On my D830 it was in the "Posting" section of Bios and was listed as "Virtualization Extension" For laptops, this is indeed a tricky thing, but it's for workstations too. Me funcionó instalando un fedora server en un ubuntu. Reply HIXx | May 13, 2012 at 10:01 pm hey i also got dat problm… but where are bios ……..bios location ?????

ceaffdceekde Reply Koushik Karmakar | May 28, 2014 at 4:07 pm i enabled the virtualization but still shows the same message Reply realcygnus | May 28, 2014 at 4:55 pm ok I686 Cpu 32 Or 64 Bit babarehner 432.917 görüntüleme 15:13 Solución a problema de Virtualbox al hacer una maquina virtual con Linux - Süre: 3:19. Oct 2008, 00:15 Top Reply with quote by Dest » 9. But essentially it won't again until I restart/shutdown.

This Kernel Requires An X86-64 Cpu Virtualbox Windows 10

Live long Reply Rodrigo Arrazola | December 31, 2013 at 9:29 pm Gracias Muhaim!! share|improve this answer edited Nov 25 '14 at 8:58 answered Jun 16 '13 at 20:47 Takkat 80.9k30201302 2 it worked : thank you –aluph Jun 17 '13 at 16:36 No 64 Bit Option In Virtualbox Reply ricco | May 18, 2012 at 12:14 am i've got a windows 7 home premium and just found out that my pc does not have the bios feature for virtualization. Unable To Boot Please Use A Kernel Appropriate For Your Cpu Virtualbox Reply Atish | December 31, 2012 at 2:33 am Many thanks for this tip - it enabled me to get Cloudera's VM working on my HP laptop.

My system is a HP Probook 4530s running HOST OS Windows 7 Pro x64. Check This Out Wubi lets you have dual boot without having to back up your data or anything. Mar 2008, 13:41Location: /dev/random Primary OS: Debian other VBox Version: PUEL Guest OSses: Windows XP, Windows 7, Linux Top Reply with quote by Dopefish » 21. If its in virtual box, there are two reasons for this happening.. 1. I686 Cpu Means

Oct 2008, 00:32 Please see the Manual chapter 1.6 or VirtualBox FAQ. The CloudLinux Adventures Music Videos Obj C Piece of my mind. Try to see if there's a BIOS update. Source You should be able to find an XML tag called Machine that holds that definition.

By the way, the BIOS one does not help alone… Reply Josh The Geek | February 10, 2016 at 12:38 am I was struggling with this problem for two days running 32 Bit Ubuntu Iso Yükleniyor... comment:16 Changed 7 years ago by frank Rucha, is there a problem on which issue?

No such a problem with Ubuntu 11.04.

Oct 2008, 23:37 Top Reply with quote by Dopefish » 19. Oct 2008, 14:38 Not all laptops have virtualization support, you'll have to do some research to find out if yours does. WorkingLog VBox.3.log (53.0 KB) - added by Rucha 7 years ago. This Kernel Requires An X86-64 Cpu Kali Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead?

what is Virtualization Technology anyway ? Thanks man, your simple answer solved the problem. amine tiguan 10.251 görüntüleme 0:56 الحل النهائي لعدم اشتغال Kali Linux على Virtual Box - Süre: 3:17. have a peek here Exit the BIOS, making sure you save changes.

Kategori Bilim ve Teknoloji Lisans Standart YouTube Lisansı Daha fazla göster Daha az göster Yükleniyor... When selecting OS name and everything in VirtualBox, the appropriate OS is not selected. Before going further ,first check the following thing if your Computer/laptop supports : (Question 1) Do your Computer hardware has x86_64/64 Bit processor ? (Question 2) Do your running Host Operating Where can you enable it from?

Unable to boot. . ." occurs when you start a SAS® 90-day TRIAL vApp When you attempt to open a SAS 90-day trial vApp, you might receive the error This kernel I see this kernel requires an x86-64 CPU, but only detects an i686 CPU, unable to boot But I am using a 64 bit Windows 8, and trying same .iso for Note: Fedora had no such problem..and i found issues online only for Debian variants..ubuntu and such..hmm… SOLUTION: Enable Intel VT-x/AMD-V from BIOS Hope this helped LTC: LgSJKJ72JJAqyE7cGMy9v4LGmX7Qut5tw9 Share this:FacebookTwitterEmailGoogleMoreRedditLinkedInLike this:Like